Global 9 - Midterm Review
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Mughal emperor from 1556-1605, during its Golden Age
Maurya Dynasty - 269-262 BC, During its Golden Age
Founder of Islam
Founder of Buddhism
Early Indian civilization around Indus River Valley
Early invaders of India and Central Asia, who developed Hinduism
Muslim invaders of India
Archaeologist who found remains of early humans in Africa
Mali ruler, converted to Islam, made a trip to Mecca, brought back Muslim culture to Sub-Saharan Africa
The colony exists for the benefit of the mother country. The selling of raw material, at a very low price, to the mother country. The mother country turns the raw material into a good and sells it back to the colony, at a very high price.
Belief that one's culture is better than others.
Ones way of life; economically, religiously, morally and socially
The spreading of ideas from one culture to the next.
Countries relying on one another
Differences or varieties between cultures
Hindu social system based on birth
Rebirth after death
The belief that good and bad deeds that one does in this life affects their standing in the next life.
The Hindu belief in the duties of each caste
The Hindu belief in the freeing of the Soul from the body
The Buddhist equivalent to heaven. "wanting nothing"
The practice of having more than one spouse.
The belief in one god
the belief in many gods
A country where religious leaders run the government
A family that includes several generations living in one house: Ex: Grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts and uncles.
Only immediate family members living on one home - mother father and children
Early form of society, where in the people are nomadic (wanderer)
Producing only enough to survive.
The point at which people began to settle in one place to raise crops and began to domesticate animals.
Highly organized groups of people with their own language and ways of living
Paleolithic vs Neolithic
Old and new Stone Age
The growth of cities, involves people moving from the country or villages to the city
The highest Caste in Hinduism
The lowest group in the Caste system
Unrefined resources (Ex. The wood used to make a desk)
A prolonged period of hunger commonly due to drought
A war within a country
A lack of resources
A system where in heritage is traced through the males' side of the family
Trans-Saharan trade by the Berbers
The high point of a civilization, good trade, education and little warfare
Pride in ones tribe - usually over one nation
The study of the remains left by early people (excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts)
The study of early civilizations
The study of the physical features of the earth's surface and atmosphere and how those features are affected by natural and human effects
The shape and physical features of a place or region
The spread of the desert
Average weather of a place over a long period of time
waterfalls, along the Nile River. Great rapids that cut across the Nile making travel difficult.
An eastern religion basted on caste and reincarnation
An offshoot of Hinduism that is monotheistic and has no casts
A religion that combines some of the beliefs of Hinduism and Islam
A middle-eastern religion based on teaching of the prophet Muhammad
Belief that spirits live in the natural world
Great Zimbabwe / Ghana / Mali / Songhai
Early African civilizations
Maurya / Gupta / Mongols
Early Indian civilizations
Muslim invaders of India
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